Month: June 2017

How Photography Changed the World

Photography has improved many of our lives, but it’s also changed history and made the world a safer, better place. We explore the impact photography has had throughout the last 100 years. http://squarespace.com/tony, coupon code ‘portfolio’ Source link

Coming to Grips with Biological Information Through Flexible Organic Electronics: Developing Bendable and Stretchable Biosensors and Device

The Sekitani Lab uses a stereo microscope for performing tasks, such as patterning on the order of several hundred µm and forming electrical contacts with dimensions of a few mm, which are required for biological device fabrication. “These jobs are ones that you cannot do without a microscope and which also require a delicate touch, …

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Microscope-Integrated OCT Feasibility and Utility With the EnFocus System in the DISCOVER Study

This article published in the journal OSLI Retina discusses the findings of the latest phase of the DISCOVER study relating specifically to the EnFocus instrasurgical OCT system from Leica. One of the findings of this phase of the study was that “in membrane peeling procedures, intraoperative OCT findings were discordant from the surgeon’s initial impression …

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Video: Genome Engineering with CRISPR-Cas9

Jennifer Doudna tells the story of how studying the way bacteria fight viral infection turned into a genomic engineering technology that has transformed molecular biology research. In 2013, Doudna and her colleagues developed the CRISPR-Cas9 gene expression system that, when introduced into animal cells, makes site-specific changes to intact genomes. CRISPR-Cas9 is more precise, more …

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